Professor Ross Virginia, Director of the Dickey Center's Institute of Arctic Studies, was selected by the U.S. State Department as one of two distinguished scholar leaders of the newly established Fulbright Arctic Initiative.
In January 2014, Kerri-Ann Jones, former Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, spoke to students, faculty and the Dartmouth community about the challenges of negotiating environmental and climate agreements.
Read a new report on Dartmouth graduate student research in Greenland. Science and the social and political issues of rapid environmental change have the potential to affect environmental policies worldwide.
The Science Technology and Engineering Policy Society (STEPS) and the Dartmouth Council on Climate Change (DC3) are student organizations that raise awareness on campus about the global impacts of our rapidly changing environment and how to make an impact through policy development.